Contador Dethroned: Irish Cyclist Breaks Everesting Record By 20 Minutes

Supported by The Everesting record recently set by Alberto Contador has just been toppled by Irish cyclist Ronan McLaughlin. McLaughlin’s time of 7:04:41 is a substantial leap forward, breaking Contador’s mark by more than 20 minutes. Compared to the retired Spanish megastar, McLaughlin has a far lower profile as an athlete, but while he’s not a big … The post Contador dethroned: Irish cyclist breaks Everesting record by 20 minutes appeared first on CyclingTips .

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